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Instant Pain Relief that lasts: RB launches Nurofen into the Nigerian Market



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In further acknowledgement of Nigeria as a strategic market, RB Nigeria Limited, a consumer goods company has launched a brand of IbuprofenNurofen into the Nigerian market.

Speaking at the launch, General Manager, RB West Africa, Rahul Murgai, said “our vision is a world where people are healthier and happier. Our purpose is to make a difference by providing Nigerians with innovation solutions to ensure they lead healthier lives in happier homes“, he said.

Nigerians are known to be hard working, constantly seeking ways to lead a better life. They therefore do not want anything that would weigh them down or slow their pace. Nurofen can provide them instant relief from headaches, lower back pain, cold symptoms, dental pain and fever thereby giving them more play time instead of pain time“, Murgai stressed.

Speaking on the topic ‘Ibuprofen for children and its role in Pain and Fever control’, Professor in Anaesthesiology, University of Eastern Finland, Hannu Kokki stated that “pain in children and adult can be adequately managed with Ibuprofen which is the active agent of Nurofen“.

Category Manager, Nurofen, Qaiser Rashid expressed that the launch of Nurofen is to empower Nigerians to continue to live active lives and be able to achieve their dreams in an atmosphere devoid of pains and other health risk factors that can slow them down. Rashid explained further that around the world, Nurofen has been acclaimed to be the number one pain killer in every market where it has been launched. “It also works twice faster than the regular analgesic and is highly effective across a range of acute, short-term pain, fever conditions and has an excellent safety profile“.

Check out photos from the launch below!

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  1. precy

    September 2, 2015 at 11:10 am

    I personally use nurofen for period pain it works, I used to have a terrible period pain but since I started using Nurofen period pain I don’t struggle with it anymore. I recommend it for pple with severe period pain its in a Pink box and as for those who experience headaches nurofen for headache works magic, just that here in SA we have had those pills for a long tym.

    • Laura

      September 2, 2015 at 1:43 pm

      I like your comment @Precy. However i usually advice that unless you’re a DR, its always advisable not to ”recommend” esp as it partains to drugs cos one system is different from the other, and how you react to it mildly might cause severe problems for the other.

  2. Delta geh

    September 2, 2015 at 2:12 pm

    neurofen is the bizniss! highly recommended for period pains

  3. Nigerian_Expat

    September 2, 2015 at 4:17 pm

    @ Laura – Nurofen is available Over The Counter (OTC) in Pharmacies because NAFDAC acknowledges its safe. You don’t need a doctor to prescribe you this. So Precy is right

  4. Simi

    September 2, 2015 at 9:39 pm

    Only that persons who have stomach ulcers are advised to try other analgesics so yes…it is better to state one’s experience without recommending the medicine to everyone.

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